Monta Ellis shows off his Globetrotter/And1 dribbling skills on the floor vs the Blazers
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Back on the And1 Mixtape Vol10 (see below) there was a feature called “Who is Monta Ellis?” Back then, 2009, Monta and his high powered offensive game wasn’t as well known as it is today and last night against the Blazers, Monta showed why he was the perfect NBA player to represent And1 when he showed off his handles while sliding around on the floor.
This move was made famous by the Harlem Globetrotters but my favorite instance of this dribble happened in the 2001 McDonalds All-American Game by TJ Ford.
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